Intel, Lockheed, Three Other Tech Firms Integrate Tech Products to Secure Client Workloads

Jeff Brody

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (NYSE: HPE), Mercury Systems (Nasdaq: MRCY) and Supermicro have developed computing platforms that employ a full-stack workload protection technology built through a partnership between Intel (Nasdaq: INTC) and Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT).

Intel said Tuesday the new products are based on Intel Select Solutions for Hardened Security with Lockheed Martin and designed to protect government and enterprise data from cyber threats.

The integrated security platform uses second-generation Xeon processors and works to secure computing infrastructure that include applications, operating systems and hypervisors.

Users can manage shared compute resources, isolate virtualized workloads and maintain system integrity with the Intel-Lockheed offering.

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